Spyderco Manix2 Black Combo Blade
Here’s a great offering from Spyderco Knives. A great, all American-made Spyderco tactical knife for barely over a 100 bucks. You need one of these! You’ll appreciate the quality of the G-10 handles and the 154CM steel. You will also appreciate the ball-bearing lock system that makes this knife completely ambidextrous. Finally, you will appreciate the all-black blade, fittings and clip that make this knife fully covert. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Spyderco Ladybug with ZDP-189 Super Steel
ZDP-189 steel is super hard, holds an edge and gets super sharp. Spyderco Knife Company has put flat ground ZDP-189 steel into their popular Ladybug frame, and has thereby created a fabulous lockback that fits safely in the bottom of your pocket or onto your keychain. Finally, because it is a Spyderco, you know it has all the features you want in a lockblade. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Spyderco UK Pen Knife with Titanium Handles
Spyderco Knives has offered the UK Pen knife series for some time now. They don’t lock open so they conform to the knife laws in the UK (hence the name). They have all the other goodies, though, with S30V top quality steel blades and now, with titanium handles giving these a real solid feel. The blade has a full, flat grind and the wire pocket clip is the style preferred by many users. Spyderco Knives even makes them in the USA!
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Spyderco ParaMilitary2 Digital Camo Handles
Spyderco Knives releases another ParaMilitary and this one has a digital Camo handle and black blade.
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The folks at Spyderco have always had a fascination with historical knife styles from around the world-and a talent for bringing those designs into the 21st century. A great example of this is the Persian folder designed by custom knifemaker Ed Schempp and brought to reality by Spyderco founder/designer Sal Glesser. This knife is as beautiful to hold as it is to behold-and it is wickedly effective to use.
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Spyderco Warrior Combat Knife Black Blade
Spyderco’s version of the Al Mar Warrior is a proud reflection of the original. Now they have brought out a full black-out version for covert applications. This is a radical combat weapon, and has stood the test of time… pound for pound, there is not a more effective tool of the trade on the market.
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Spyderco C148GP Ambitious Folding Knife
We like Spyderco Knives here at the KnifeCenter. This is a new member of the Value series which are designed in Golden Colorado and made in Asia. Don’t let that put you off because these are made to Spyderco’s exacting specifications and Spyderco Knife fans love them.
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Spyderco C143GP Large Lum Chinese Folding Knife
The next really good thing from Spyderco is the new Large Lum model. This is also a big, beautiful, leaf shaped, flat-ground blade. What it also features is the unique profile of the style of the late Bob Lum. The handles are G10, and big enough to give you control over a blade this big.
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Day One! Leatherman Tools announces 2 new tools. The Sidekick and Wingman that both are smallish and have a mild spring action. One hand operation allows you to get at the knife and scissors or saw. The Sidekick has a saw and the wingman has the scissors. They come with pocket clips. They will be available in September 2011. Inside tools don’t lock. The carabiner is available on the Sidekick.
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